Selenite Circular Charging Plate
This Selenite Circular Charging Plate is a portal to the realm of meditation and self-discovery. Gently close your eyes and place your palms on its smooth surface. Feel the subtle vibrations resonating through you, guiding you to the depths of your being.
This Selenite plate can also be used to cleanse your crystals. As you place your stones upon this charging plate they will bask in the radiance of the Selenite, recharging and revitalizing to their fullest potential.
Spiritual growth, purification, meditation
Chakras: Third eye, crown
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Selenite Healing Properties
Selenite is associated with clarity, purification, and spiritual transformation. It is believed to have a high vibrational energy that can cleanse and purify the energy field, including the aura, chakras, and surrounding environments. Selenite is often used in spiritual and energy healing practices to remove negative energy and promote a sense of calmness and serenity.
Selenite is also believed to enhance mental clarity, promote decision-making, and aid in accessing higher levels of consciousness. Many people use selenite during meditation or as a tool for spiritual growth and development.
Furthermore, selenite is known for its ability to recharge and cleanse other crystals. It is often used in crystal healing to cleanse and amplify the energy of other stones. By placing other crystals on or near a selenite charging plate or wand, it is believed that the selenite can help remove any energetic impurities or blockages and restore their optimal energy.
History and Uses
Selenite is a crystalline form of the mineral gypsum and is known for its unique physical and metaphysical properties. The word “selenite” is derived from the Greek word “selene,” which means moon, due to its moon-like glow when polished.The Greeks and Romans associated it with the moon goddess Selene and believed it could bring about mental clarity and enhance spiritual connection.
Selenite was highly regarded by the ancient Egyptians. They used it extensively in their art and architecture. The most famous example is the Great Pyramid of Giza, where selenite was used for the windows in the burial chambers. The Egyptians believed that selenite had protective and purifying properties and used it in their rituals and ceremonies.
Selenite was also used in medieval Europe for decorative purposes, such as creating ornamental objects, religious artifacts, and even windows in cathedrals. It was highly valued for its translucent and luminescent properties.
Selenite is a variety of the mineral gypsum, which is a hydrated calcium sulfate. Gypsum is a common mineral that forms as an evaporite in sedimentary environments. It typically occurs in sedimentary rocks, particularly in marine environments where the evaporation of seawater leads to the precipitation of minerals.
Selenite is found in various parts of the world, including the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, Morocco, and Australia. It can occur in a variety of geological settings, such as evaporite deposits, sedimentary basins, caves, and hot springs.
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